Memo to Proven Liar Victoria Brownworth

A former Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader won her defamation lawsuit against a gossip website and its operator, with a jury awarding her $338,000 in damages Thursday.

Jurors in federal court in Covington found that posts about Sarah Jones on the Scottsdale, Ariz.-based website thedirty.com in 2009 were substantially false. The jury of eight women and two men also found website operator Nik Richie acted with malice or reckless disregard in posting the submissions he said were anonymous.

One post alleged Jones had sex with every Bengals player, and the other said she probably had two sexually transmitted diseases.

Jones had argued that the posts were false and malicious and caused her severe mental anguish. Richie denied any malice and said that he didn’t write the posts and was not required to fact-check submissions before posting them.

And this was just about allegations of consensual sexual activity.

Imagine if there had also been a false allegation of a threat, eh?

Oh, that’s right Victoria – you don’t have to imagine making false allegations about threats, do you?

Do you?

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8 Comments

  1. You turned her into a newt! A WITCH!

  2. What does the Styleguide say about a trans person being assigned to cover her testimony in the event of a lawsuit??

    • Based on past pattern and practice of the Philadelphia Gay News, a trans person should not be allowed to cover it because of being too interested but if a white, privileged, transphobic lesbian is banned from covering it Lambda Legal will file suit.

      • It is a conundrum…..perhaps an ex gay could be hired?

        No conflicts there.

        • Team coverage – Jerry Leach and the ghost of Perry Desmond, perhaps? With studio commentary by the ghosts of Mary Daly and Jean O’Leary.

          • I was thinking more Anne Paulk & Ted Haggard. But Leach would be fine. There’s an aptly named person.

            • You take the meth road and I’ll take the blow road,
              and I’ll be in the looney bin ‘afore ya!

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